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A Conversation with Loneliness

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I once asked loneliness — “What’s your definition?”
Loneliness chuckled and said — “I’m always with you,
how don’t you know what I’m?”
I said — “I may not really know you
and you confuse me sometimes.
Though I like your presence, I’m scared of you.”




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